The Colonel, though disclaiming all pretensions to connoisseurship
, warmly admired the screens, as he would have done any thing painted by Miss Dashwood; and on the curiosity of the others being of course excited, they were handed round for general inspection.
These are the studies of their graver hours, while for their amusements they have the vast circle of connoisseurship
, painting, music, statuary, and natural philosophy, or rather
So, yes, connoisseurship
is certainly on the rise as education grows.
, especially in regard to fine and decorative art, is a very significant aspect of our business, but we also believe in being innovative in our approach to valuation.
Wheaton will star in a pair of videos aimed at making beer connoisseurship
accessible and fun.
There's a lot of pretentiousness now, layers of pseudo connoisseurship
, which is a judgement of the eye based largely on experience and instinct, has always played a vital role.
He used his intuition and eye consistently and with a degree of trust that inspired us to understand that real connoisseurship
has little to do with privilege or class.
Hala Khayat, head of the sale, said: "Selling works from private collections gives us all a glimpse into the connoisseurship
of those who have put it together and, for this reason, we feel very privileged to have been entrusted with their sale.
Brewers are increasingly producing new and exciting products with connoisseurship
in ale rivalling that in wine.
THE VELAZQUEZ IN THE BASEMENT: CONNOISSEURSHIP
AND THE POLITICS OF ART HISTORY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 10:30 AM
In campsites and hobo jungles, in roadside diners and at urban lunch counters, Ernest Hemingway first attempted to establish a code of connoisseurship
that would communicate the authentic experience of an American traveler.